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LET us RESTATE THE general conclusions to
which our preceding argument has brought us.
The establishment of a progressive world
socialism in which the freedoms, health and
happiness of every individual are protected by a
universal law based on a re-declaration of the
rights of man, and wherein there is the utmost
liberty of thought, criticism and suggestion, is
the plain, rational objective before us now. Only
the effective realisation of this objective can
establish peace on earth and arrest the present
march of human affairs to misery and destruction.
We cannot reiterate this objective too clearly and
too frequently. The triangle of collectivisation,
law and knowledge should embody the common
purpose of all mankind.
But between us and that goal intervenes the
vast and deepening disorders of our time. The
new order cannot be brought into existence